In today’s post, I will be telling you about the bookish apps that I use on the phone and iPad. Hope you enjoy!
This is one of my favorite apps for books. The way it works is by connecting to your state library by using your library card number. So if you have a library card you can use this app. What can you do on the app? You can borrow audiobooks, ebooks and media. On my phone, I like to get audiobooks so when I am on the go I can listen to whatever audiobook I have. On my iPad, I download ebooks since it has a bigger screen. I haven’t used the media section mainly because I am still trying to figure out how that works.
Like every other book nerd, I love using Goodreads. On this app, you can keep track of the books you have read, what you plan to read, and what you are currently reading. As well as find ratings on books you want to read along is a synopsis and reviews. One of the features that I really like is the Goodreads challenge, here you can set a goal on how many books you want to read in the year. It is fun to try and reach your goal as well as look back at the books you have read.
3) Simply E
This is a new app made by the New York Public Library. This is a great app for looking for ebooks. Like Overdrive all you need is a NYPL card to be able to borrow ebooks.
4) Nook and Kindle
Nook run by Barnes and Noble and Kindle run by Amazon are apps for ebooks. For these apps, you can buy ebooks and read them off of there. I use these less often since for most books you have to buy them. There are some titles that are free like some classics so it’s good to check on these for required school readings. There two apps I have on my iPad again for the bigger screen.
Well, those are some of the bookish apps that I use. Let me know in the comments what apps you use I really want to know of other good bookish apps.
Until next time book nerds,